Berdyansk State Pedagogical University

Rector's reception office:


4, Schmidta St., Berdiansk, Zaporizhzhia  oblast Temporarily moved to: 66, Zhukovs`ki St., Zaporizhzhia

Research work

  • Participation in editing the collection of academic papers Scientific Issues of Berdiansk State Pedagogical University. Philological Studies (editor-in-chief – Professor Viktoriia Zarva, member of the editorial board – Professor Sofia Filonenko);
  • scientific advising on PhD theses in specialties 10.01.05 – Comparative Literary Criticism and 10.01.06 – The Theory of Literature;
  • counselling for doctoral students in specialty 10.01.05 – Comparative Literary Criticism;
  • acting as opponents during theses defence;
  • membership in the Specialized Academic Council for PhD Thesis Defense K at BSPU in the specialties 10.01.01 – Ukrainian Literature; 10.01.05 – Comparative Literary Criticism (chairman – Professor Viktoriia Zarva, Deputy Chairman – Professor Sofia Filonenko, Research Affairs Record Manager – Associate Professor Hanna Aleksandrova).
  • Collective monographs:
  • Interpretation of a Work of Fiction: Author – Text – Context (2015).
  • Individual monographs:
  • Mykola Leskov’s Oeuvre and Ukraine (Viktoriia Zarva, 1990);
  • The Discourse of the Enlightenment in Russian and Ukrainian Prose of the 1960s and 1980s of the 19th Century (Viktoriia Zarva, 2005);
  • The Concept of a Woman’s Personality in the Ukrainian Female Prose of the 1990s of the 20th Century (Sofia Filonenko, 2006);
  • Boris Kharchuk’s Tales. The Problems of Poetic Manner (Iryna Spivak, 2008);
  • The Poetic Manner of Viacheslav Budzinovskyi’s Prose Fiction (Hanna Alexandrova, 2010);
  • Popular Literature in Ukraine: Discourse / Gender / Genre (Sofia Filonenko, 2011);
  • The Chronotope of a Road in Mykola Hogol’s Oeuvre: Semantics and Literary Functions (Viktoriia Korkishko, 2012);
  • The Trends in the Late Postmodernism in Victor Pelevin’s Oeuvre (Roman Kostromytskyi, 2013);
  • Architectonics and Composition of Lyrical Prose (Hanna Tabakova, 2016).
  • The complex research topic of the Department: “Classical, Fiction, Contemporary Literature: the Issues of History and Theory” (2015-2020).